Black Enterprise

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BLACK ENTERPRISE is the ultimate source for wealth creation for African American professionals, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Every month, BLACK ENTERPRISE delivers timely, useful information on careers, small business and personal finance.
  

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Contents

Back from the Brink
9
Bertram M. Lee, Robert W. Dockery (Jr.), Nathaniel R. Goldston (III.), Business failures, Black entrepreneurs
Congress Moves to Heal 8(a). But is Rx Necessary?
19
United States Small Business Administration, Black business enterprises (Federal aid), Government contracts
After Howard Beach: Calls for Racial Peace
20
Howard Beach case, New York (N.Y.) (Race relations)
Black Educators to N.Y.: what Took You So Long?
20
Richard R. Green, New York (N.Y.) Schools Chancellor
Home Insurance: a Hedge Against Property Loss
29
Insurance, Homeowners'.
Who's Afraid of the IRS?
64
Income tax, Blacks (Taxation)
The B.E. Guide to Business Travel
69
Business travel
Playing the Frequent Flyer Game
70
Frequent flier programs
Pie in the Sky: how to Reserve a Specialized Airline Meal
72
Airlines (Food service)
You Can Take it with You
74
Airlines (Luggage handling), Luggage

Growing Cassette Tape Market Targets On-the-go Professionals
33
Publishers and publishing (Audio books)
Seeking Support for Black Children
35
Black children (Economic conditions), Support (Domestic relations)
Blacks and Politics
37
Black public officers
The Men who Would be President
49
Presidential candidates (1988), Blacks (Political activities)
On the Road to Fitness
76
Hotels, motels, etc (Health clubs)
The Ins and Outs of Convention Planning
78
Conferences
Time's Winged Chariot
82
Helicopters in business
Railing it
84
Railroad travel

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